Old World Candle Garland

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The December notion of an embellished tree rescued from the snowy woods was born from Martin Luther's winternight's trek through the forest.

A myriad glinting stars shone through the snow-laden fir branches thus inspiring the tradition. Good Queen Charlotte introduced this German custom to England in Windsor Castle in 1800. Pre-dating electricity, care was taken to illuminate the fresh fir with tiny tapers that rested in golden discs to catch the wax drippings.

Our faux drippy candles in clustered trios emit a warm, amber glow without the threat of flame. Update to ecometry: Plastic. Imported.